Safeguarding and protecting the children
There is also a need to be aware of female genital mutilation FGMwhere a young girl has partial or total removal of genitalia for non-medical reasons. Abuse can arouse strong emotions in those facing such a situation and it is important to understand these feelings and not allow them to interfere with your judgement about any action to take.
Bullying can occur face-to-face or in a more subtle manner such as through electronic methods like text messaging and social media. If you have an in-house trainer you can deliver this workshop under licence.
Child protection issues in school
Procedures We have a suite of safeguarding procedures, policies and guidance for all of our managers, staff and volunteers that ensures clear, robust action can be taken when required. Recommended to be completed at three-yearly intervals. The guidance and scenarios provided are designed to counteract the latest threats to emerge that could impact on the physical or mental health of children in modern Britain, including: Vulnerable Children and Adults Some children might be at greater risk of abuse than others eg disabled children, children in care or talented young people in sport , while some adults are vulnerable and may be at a greater risk of abuse. It also provides the opportunity to discuss specific safeguarding issues that arise during the training. There is also a need to be aware of female genital mutilation FGM , where a young girl has partial or total removal of genitalia for non-medical reasons. Possible signs and indicators of Sexual Abuse may include: Self-harm. Recording and Information Information passed to the social services department or the police must be as helpful as possible, hence the necessity for making a detailed record. The Effects of Abuse Abuse in all its forms can affect a child or vulnerable adult at any age. Find out more Early help early intervention Explains what early help also known as early intervention is, how to identify a child or family who may need early help and how to provide appropriate support. Anti-radicalisation We have worked with the Police Prevent team to help develop guidance and scenarios that will help coaches understand the warning signs that a young person may be being radicalised. Find out more Safer activities events Advice on keeping groups of children and young people safe during activities, events, visits, day trips, outings and overnight stays. Unravel should work with the school and social care, the police, health services and other services to promote the welfare of children and protect them from harm. Recognition of Abuse Even for those experienced in working with child abuse, it is not always easy to recognise a situation where abuse may occur or has already taken place.
Showing children pornographic material is also a form of sexual abuse as may be the taking of inappropriate photographs of children.
For example, an adult who has been abused as a child may find it difficult, or impossible, to maintain a stable, trusting relationship; may become involved with drugs or prostitution; may attempt suicide, or may abuse a child in the future and find successful parenting difficult. Child protection and safeguarding means protecting children from abuse, and identifying and stopping abuse that is already happening.
The guidance and scenarios provided are designed to counteract the latest threats to emerge that could impact on the physical or mental health of children in modern Britain, including: Vulnerable Children and Adults Some children might be at greater risk of abuse than others eg disabled children, children in care or talented young people in sportwhile some adults are vulnerable and may be at a greater risk of abuse.
What You Will Learn You will be able to: identify and recognise good coaching practice and the implications for your coaching explore your values and feelings in relation to child abuse, and recognise their potential impact on your response recognise and respond to possible signs of child abuse take appropriate action if concerns about a child arise.
However, it is important that any concerns for the welfare of the child arising from abuse or harassment by a member of staff or volunteer should be reported immediately. The Effects of Abuse Abuse in all its forms can affect a child or vulnerable adult at any age. How do I protect children in my care?
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